[Asis-l] Become an E-Learning Information Professional
Smolanovich, Andrea L.
smolanovicha at missouri.edu
Mon Dec 21 14:16:44 EST 2015
Beginning Spring 2016: Program specialization in e-learning for information professionals.
Librarians are being tasked to learn and use many new technologies, bridging information resources and instructional design. The E-Learning Information Professional specialization meets that need, drawing from the entirety of SISLT’s curriculum.
Courses in the specialization will be 100% online.
Graduated will be prepared to work in environments across the entire range of librarianship:
* K-12, public, academic, and special libraries
MU’s Library and Information Science program is fully accredited by the American Library Association (ALA), and is the ONLY accredited LIS program in the state of Missouri.
Contact: For more information on the E-Learning Information Professional specialization within the LIS program, email Jenny Bossaller (bossallerj at missouri.edu<mailto:bossallerj at missouri.edu>)
MA Degree in Library Science | E-Learning Information Professional Specialization Area
7301 Introduction to Information Technology
9410 Emerging Technologies OR
7305 Foundations of Library & Information Science
7312 Principles of Cataloging and Classification OR
7302 Organization of Information
7313 Managing Collections and Access
7314 Reference Sources and Services
7315 Management of Information Agencies
7361 Introduction to Digital Media OR
7366 Technology Leadership in Schools
9471 Instructional Systems Design
9454 Library Use Instruction
9456 Designing Computer-Supported Cooperative Learning OR
9457 Designing Computer-Supported Cooperative Learning
9473 Project Management
7380 School Library Practicum OR
7381 Practicum in Information Agencies
SISLT | iSchool at University of Missouri
111 London Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
573.884.0282 - Office
573.355.8976 - Cell
Smolanovicha at missouri.edu<mailto:Smolanovicha at missouri.edu>
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